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the affect this rain is having on our rainfall deficit. >> now spencer just showed us the rain hitting every corner of the bay area, we got good down pours in the city this afternoon. but wettest weather has been north and south of us. we have team coverage of the storm, abc7 news, nick smith and david louie are all live tonight. sergio, let's begin with you in the north bay. >> it's started coming down regularly now in novato people say they're really welcoming the rain, but they're getting ready for any problems that it my bring. >> a full day of rain was a welcome sight. >> a lot of rain this time. we need it. >> stewart rv and boat sales says her boat-selling has just started off. she's hoping more rain now will help with lakes this summer. >> just trying to get back into our really good season. this is going to help. >> in heelsberg rains came down enough for decent runoff but russian river is looking shallow. in santa rosa a drizzle prompted people to pull out umbrellas at lunchtime. and this team south of petta luma. with the problems, residents say it's well worth it. >> we need it.
this rain is having on our rainfall deficit. >> now spencer just showed us the rain hitting every corner of the bay area, we got good down pours in the city this afternoon. but wettest weather has been north and south of us. we have team coverage of the storm, abc7 news, nick smith and david louie are all live tonight. sergio, let's begin with you in the north bay. >> it's started coming down regularly now in novato people say they're really welcoming the rain, but they're getting ready for any problems that it my bring. >> a full day of rain was a welcome sight. >> a lot of rain this time. we need it. >> stewart rv and boat sales says her boat-selling has just started off. she's hoping more rain now will help with lakes this summer. >> just trying to get back into our really good season. this is going to help. >> in heelsberg rains came down enough for decent runoff but russian river is looking shallow. in santa rosa a drizzle prompted people to pull out umbrellas at lunchtime. and this team south of petta luma. with the problems, residents say it's well worth it. >> we need it. >> in m
. the full panel could vote tomorrow. the brick district is facing $142 million deficit. >> the bridge decks will be slick this morning with showers. be careful. >> but the brunt of the storm is headed this way. >> the second storm is, the first storm with the leftovers now. visibility is okay. we have fog along the coast at half moon bay at four miles. our winds are running from seven miles per hour to 17 miles per hour. we are getting gusts higher than that. it is manageable. want out when you cross the east to west bridges including san mateo and bay bridge and richmond and san rafael bridge. you will be buffetted bit winds in a high from file vehicle. in the evening and overnight, over the coast we have warnings southern winds at 20 to 30 knots at 7:00 this evening through 4:00 saturday. that shows you the duration of the storm. it is bigger but it will hand around longer. mild this morning and low-to-mid 50's and the showers are in the north board of inquiry noon and we will see sunshine moving from south to north across the neighborhood and mid-50 to 60 at noon with mostly clouds at 4:
the concern is for the next storm with north bay neighborhoods seeing quite a deficit damage from the winds. amy hollyfield has a big example. amy? >> kristen, this break in the action we are getting is giving people time to assess the damage from the first storm, recover from it. we found people very busy working on that. we also found the fairfax woman would found something positive in one of the side effects. >> as the rain came down from storm one, some cars flipped and trees came down. >> we heard a "snap." we felt the tree fall. >> this tree took power lines down with it on fairfax. >> mill valley also lot of trees. >> we had six reports of trees downed blocking the roads because of the winds last night. >> c.h.p. responded to spinouts on highway 101. this driver's truck flipped upside down. he hit a puddle and lost control. other drives say they can relate. >> if you don't take care of color car, you can get out of bounds and it is really dangerous. >> we are in between storms. officials say this is a good time to prepare. mill valley has restocked the sandbag supplies and is clearin
to raise the toll by $2 over the course of next 4 years they need the money to close the deficit. starting in april the toll jumps to $7 then july 2015 it goes up 25¢s, it increases by a quarter, every year until 2018 and finally $8 in 2018. drivers with fast track the $1 discount will remain in effect. >>> president obama warned russia about sending military into ukraine. russian transport planes and helicopters were seen landing in eastern ukraine what appears to be a russian invasion and president obama's response. >> reporter: president obama issued a strong warning to russia not to intervene in ukraine. >> the u.s. will stand with the international community in affirming there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. >> reporter: it was in response to reports russian armored personnel carriers and armed gun men in military uniform were seen. u.s. officials sea evidence of russian air and sea movements into and out of the region. >> any violation of ukraine's sovereignty would be deeply destabilizing which is not in the interest of ukraine, russia or europe. >> reporter
is trying to cover a $142 million budget deficit. >>> a lot more to come. we are tracking the storm. another bout of rain hitting the area. details of the possibility of thunderstorms. >> i am live on the red carpet at the academy awards in l.a. it has been a wild weather ride here today under the big top. rain highlights and oscar preps coming up next. >> thanks. an undieing love. the promise he made to his young bride after learning he had only six months to live. abc7 news continues in a moment. stay with us. is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ the oscars are on sunday on abc7. they were a little worried about the weather down there too, but for the most part it is about the excitement of hollywood's biggest night. katie is in l.a. covering the academy awards for us all weekend. katie, it has to be a fun assignment. >> hey there, dan. right now i have the red carpet
in 2018. the bridge district is trying to cover a $142 million budget deficit. >>> a lot more to come. we are tracking the storm. another bout of rain hitting the area. details of the possibility of thunderstorms. >> i am live on the red carpet at the academy awards in l.a. it has been a wild weather ride here today under the big top. rain highlights and oscar preps coming up next. >> thanks. an undieing love. the promise he made to his young bride after learning he had only six months to live. abc7 news continues in a moment. stay with us. charles not having coverage stressed me out. i literally haven't been to a doctor in 15 years. i had a car accident when i was uninsured, and i declined medical assistance because it was gonna be too expensive. as a result, i deal with back pain on a pretty regular basis. after it had built up for so long of not having insurance, i couldn't believe that it was just that easy. it was just nice to have a plan that was a reasonable monthly premium. i'm in because i don't want to put a price on my health. [ female announcer ] everyone deserves health insur
. >> you can see our deficit, quite a nice run of rain but we are nearly 7" below average in livermore, san jose, must be 10.5 at sfo, and 10.75 in downtown, and 17 in ukiah. a lot of rain fell but it is not enough. we have a long way to go before we fill it. rain in the north bay through the morning commute. it is mild. rain will move in the travel bay by noon. temperatures are in the mid-50's and 60's and in the south board of inquiry 4:00, all of us should be wet during the evening commute. temperatures are mild. mid-50's to low 60's. we are in the mid-to-upper 50's with rain continuing through the evening hours and overnight. we will have a few scattered showers tomorrow morning and probably a wet commute if it is not raining because of the residual moisture and mild breezes wednesday, low 60's to 70's at the coast and more showers on the way for thursday with temperatures in the mid-50's to mid-60's. sue, how is the commute? >> it is light. we have a couple of issues. if you are traveling through sacramento to the sierra, no snow chain requirements but we have a situation with road wor
is where we sit with our deficit with 10" more is where we need to be to be at normal for san francisco. we are 7" below in livermore. we are 6" below in san jose. today, with the dry conditions, we will look for mostly clouds. by tomorrow night, here comes the rain north bay and by on thursday and we will look at conditions, then, to improve the first half of the welcome, 67 in palo alto with morgan hill at 67 and the seven-day forecast shows a couple of dry days and the spring around the corner. >> in san jose, there was a fatal accident, a pedestrian hit-and-run accident north 280. it is off the freeway. the saratoga avenue exit is blocked so take the lawrence expressway to get around that. northbound spinout at vasco road that took out 60 feet of guardrail north bound direction sow find delays. we have flooding if lanes, lucky drive northbound direction of 101 but there is pooling southbound so be careful. san jose shows highway 87 beyond the sap center northbound and it is smooth sailing and light. >> thank you. muni's board is holding the first of two public hearings to consider fare
the deficit so conservation is a serious conversation. more now from santa clara. >> reporter: hi there, jess camp folks have been wondering what can we do with all of this now that we've finally gotten it? heard our friends and neighbors say it's raining but still won't be enough. a lot of folks are turning to a method that goes back to the cave man days of collecting the water for use at a later time. as the rain falls in the saratoga, brad daniels collects it in storage barrels, a way of life and his business. he founded rain savers about five years ago but when the serious drought talks started about five month ago the phones started ringing off the hook. >> i am getting calls saying, hi, can you get here before the rain starts? so i'm trying. >> daniel can install a simple barrel in about an hour at a cost of about $200. light blocking barrels where algae cannot grow and with screens to filter out debris and to keep mosquitoes from breeding, but he can also put in larger storage tanks, underground cisterns with pumps and commercial units as well. maybe not enough to supply all of the non
and they are deficitting off at east dunn with the headlights in the northbound direction. it is a five mile backup. the other problem westbound 205 from the central valley we had an early big rig accident which now is long gone but the right lane remains closed for clean up and there is gap improvement with 45 to 50-minute drive from i-5 to the dublin/pleasanton area. >> abc7 news is the only place where you can see the oscars this sunday. we are giving away free movie tickets for a year through facebook to sell operate the academy awards. >> there are seven winners and the latest is steven from pacifica. you still have five chances to win. "like" us at facebook and you can get in touch with us. >>> we we have designs created and sent in by children across the country. they all love this. the size 42 regular features colors and schemes and styles that will benefit the nonprofit inspired by a six-year-old who is fighting brain cancer. the highest bid so far is at $3,500 and the auction choses march 8. we have a link under "see it on tv." >> i would have donated the bracelet that my daughter made fo
four years. the bridge district says they need that money to close a growing deficit. those hikes would be incre mental. in april of this year, the toll would go to $7. two years later, 7.25 and then the next year 7.50 and finally $8 in 2015. if you drive and have a fastrack, that will stay in effect for each of the toll hikes. >> still encourage people to use that. >> yes. >>> 7:10. a rather unusual police response after a fatal crash in pittsburg early this morning. mum at 7:30, why cops approached a crash car with their guns drawn on a major roadway. >>> get me out of here. that's what a lot of travel agents are hearing in parts of the nation right now. what's causing this reaction and where everyone is going. >>> good morning. right now we still have very tough conditions for your commute as we look at 280. a lot of standing water. we'll run it down for you, tell you how the drive times are being affected by the storms. >>> no way of getting around it. we're getting blasted. around half moon bay and pacifica heading north towards san francisco there is a really strong cell. we'll ta
. the bridge district says it needs the money to close a growing deficit. for drivers with fast track, the $1 discount will remain in effect for each of the toll hikes. >>> ktvu is proud to sponsor a first-of-its-kind event coming to the bay area. 16,000 students will fill oracle arena in late march to hear celebrity speeches and performances. the event is called we day. you can't buy tickets. the only way for kids to go is to earn a ticket by making a positive difference locally and globally. over the next month, leading up to the big event, we'll be sharing sawyers of children and schools doing just that. today, julie haener takes us to an elementary school on the peninsula. >> i don't think we've talked about how free the children started. >> reporter: at this elementary school in palo alto, the principal is inspiring young minds by encouraging students to get involved in the international charity known as free the children. >> we've been doing a lot of sales like every time we have a playdate, we work on like -- we bake things. >> reporter: students such as sophia and sienna are among tho
/2 inches. we'll make up any more of this rainfall deficit and drought, it has to happen now. good news is, the atmosphere is perfectly set up for more raffle because that ridge of high pressure is blocking the -- rainfall because that ridge of high pressure is block being the rain from hitting mention -- blocking the rain from hitting mexico. we'll have showers overnight. next up is thursday, another low pressure area. it hits us, rainfall. after that the next low is sunday. it will hit us and we'll get rainfall again. it's just a matter of how many storms are out there because they're all heading in our direction. that ridge is gone. the rain will not be as heavy this week. we got it tonight. we'll get it thursday and again sunday. it will be mild and humid and cloudy the next several days. tomorrow we're dry, cloudy and humid, san francisco 62 degrees. we're dry, warm, humid again wednesday, upper 60s, rain on thursday. we get sunshine back friday and saturday, but here comes another rain chance on sunday. so this is a pattern i think everybody can like. like the rain, got a couple days
for the deficit. >> it is slow and go if some years with a great alternate with caltrain and ace train running on time. muni experienced some delays but those are all cheered. back to san bruno with an update a car was over the embankment and the sig-alert is there but the car has been towed and is long gone and people are coming off of 280 around the turn to the eastbound ramp and they are skidding out. slow down. those curbs are very slippery. to the santa cruz mountains southbound 17, we have a solo spinout in the slow rainsa6ç and san mateo bridge is looking good but the fog and rain so take your time. the tail lights are headed over to foster city. >> seven things to know before you go. >> the morning news is back in 60 >>> good morning at 6:54 and traffic is looking okay at macarthur maze. it is foggy and misty in some areas. be came. >> seven things to know before you go: one, breaking news on the peninsula, the c.h.p. is on the scene of a car over an embankment that plunged 50' over the hill. the tow truck driver is pulling it on the road at 280 at connection ramp to eastbound 380. >>
with the bridge district facing $142 million deficit. >> the hole bridges could still be wet. we will check with mike nicco. >> breezy, also, i noticed across the bay area. the east-west bridges you may notice buffetting of the cars driving high high-profile vehict could be challenging. the winds are coming from the southwest more than out of the southeast. they are still sustained at 15 miles per hour. area of low pressure to our north with the counter-clockwise flow is pushing the storms away from us and singing air behind the low means a break and it will be dry in several hours before the next wave at 10:00. light showers throughout the morning commute by noon if we have any left over they are in the north bay and we are cloudy to partly sunny in the south. temperatures are warmer today and mostly cloudy by 7:00. winds pick up with the next storm and our elevations are above 1,000' from 1:00 o'clock tomorrow morning and southeast winds are 25 to 40 miles per hour and gusting to 60 with local power outages. >> we are up and over the sig-alert accident in the tracy area westbound 205 befo
deficit over the next five years. >> brazil's celebration leading to fat tuesday. in rio de janeiro the mayor will officially hand over the keys to the city to kickoff four days of party. the holiday offers observers of lent a last chance to go wild until easter sunday. >>> the morning news continues at 5:30 with the top stories. >> the second storm hitting the page areas meaning more snow for the sierra and what to expect if you hit the slopes t >>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >>> good morning, 5:30 on friday >> it is raining. the heavyiest part of the rain, mike? >> we are getting scattered areas heavy rain on 280 at 17. we have flooding because of the heavy rain that has fallen. we look at what is going on around fremont, the is fell grade, hayward, to pleasanton and livermore and the whole area is getting wet. you can see highway 4 is wet this morning. that is where the best radar returns. north bay is getting a break. it is stepping over the mountains to the central valley. you can see the heavier rain is law we will have an hour of steady rain and
of the next 4 years in order to raise money projected 142 million dollar deficit. so starting in april, the toll will jump to 7 dollars for drivers who don't have fast track. then, in july of 2015, the toll goes up 25 cents. the toll increases by a quarter every year until 2018. so to 750 in 2016, 775 in 217 and finally, to 8 dollars in 2018. it's important to note that for drivers who have fast track, the one dollar discount will remain in effect. >> this friday's storm is a dream come true. inches and inches of loan in parts of the sierra. shows us the excitement. >> interstate 80 heading east was busy today as drivers traveled to the slopes. ski resorts received more than a foot of fresh new powder at the summits, attracting powder hounds and other interesting decree turs. >> high five. hand shakes, first pump. >> the new snow brought this group to sugar bowl from southern california. >> almost too much powder in our area is where you're getting stuck, but the runs are beautiful. >> contrast though, from southern california. >> yeah, raining down there, but i love the snow. >>report
: this morning with the looming deficit of $142 million, golden gate bridge directors weighed the first toll hike since 2008. on the table, a plan to raise tolls a buck. fast track would rise to $6, non-fast track to $7 and would raise to a peak of $7 for fast track, $8 for non-fast track in 2018. >> we reached the point the driver as the cash cow has reached the level of it has no more left. >> reporter: this morning a steady stream of drivers spoke out against the increase, some breaking into song. ♪ i got ripped off on my way to san francisco ♪ >> reporter: officials say the increase is needed to pay for projects and maintenance as well as subsidize the district's bus and ferry service. >> the tolls are the workhorse of the organization. they do keep 25% of traffic off the golden gate bridge during the morning commute. >> go back east and the washington bridge, $13 each way. people seem to be able to handle that. >> reporter: some like susan think the toll hike will keep plenty of drivers off the bridge. >> the impact is so people will go into the city less. they won't go in marin county.
in the drought. >> certainly cuts into that deficit but we're you know running so far behind that it's not really going to, go in the drought. it probably won't even move into a lower category the drought. right now most of the areas are in between severe and exceptional drought. >> reporter: the santa clara valley water district says reservoir capacity has gone up by 1% on monday. this storm isn't enough to change it decision calling for mandatory 20% conservation county wide. >> we need to see many many more storms of this magnitude. the great thing about this storm is it's spread out over time. we're seeing a series of storms so it allows the ground to capture and absorb the water that's coming. and reduces our risk of flooding. >> reporter: and she says the south bay is about to see a lot more advertising about water conservation and programs in the coming months. >>> one flooding problem in san jose was caused by something you might not expect, the theft of cooper wiring. about 4 feet of water flooded highway 87 near west hila street early this morning. caltrans says thieves broke into a pu
. they will pay $6 for crossing without fast track. the district is trying to cover $142 million budget deficit. >>> i'm not sure a lot of people will be out sightseeing today. how is it looking out there, lisa? >> we're cloudy and breezy on the roof but we have showers around the bay area. the main activity has been in the south bay, the central coast which continues to see the heaviest rain. but from the camera, you can see the cloud cover and a few peaks of sun. that's what is on the order for the rest of your saturday. the showers are in the weekend forecast. i'll have that for you coming up. >> thanks, lisa. >>> also, crews try to get ready for tomorrow night's oscars. >>> and imagine the car that gets 1,000 miles a gallon. that's the goal of some bay area students who plan to test their invention in a cross country competition. dinner's not my str. we get to the end of the day and i am toast. in fact, we've had toast for dinner. but tonight i nailed it. kfc family feast. 9 pieces any recipe, 3 large sides, 6 biscuits, $19.99. do not give up on dinner. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] spring is
to that. here is a look at rain deficit. we had nice rain but we are still nearly 7" below average in san jose, livermore, nearly 8" in sack machine dough and 10" at sfo and 10" at oakland and look at that, 17 in santa rosa. we need six or seven more storms to get average. the visibility is light in santa rosa because we have had the light rain and everyone is okay this morning although the clouds are rolling over us. the day planner the next 12 hours is light rain and middle temperatures from mid-40's to low 50's. the rain will hit the central board of inquiry noon -- the central bay by noon. temperatures top out in the mid-60's inland and mid-to-upper 50's during the evening. we have showers tomorrow morning during the commute and clouds in the afternoon and a mild breeze low 60 to 70 from the coast to inland and another storm on thursday. sue? >> good morning, mike, hello everyone. night light commute so far. if you are traveling mass transit, bart is on time and ace and muni off to a great start. >> there is some flooding from safeway to the scotty's market but flooding is on both sid
voted to have a toll raise. there's a projected deficit of $142 million over the next five years. a rate hike schedule the toll is going to jump, and by 2017 it will be up to $7:# and then it will cost $8 to cost the golden gate bridge. mary curry is retiring. she's had the job 22 years. she plans to retire in april. she's going to do consulting work and will spend time with her parents and travel. she plans to keep a close eye on the bridge and any future changes. >>> more on protecting bicyclists. they want to raise the fine from $95 to $1,000. it would lead to fewer crashes. most crashes are accidental, so, they don't think it would change anything. >>> she could see russia from alaska. they're predicting the turmoil between russia and its neighbor. >>> she was determined to get to hawaii, one woman's multiple attempts to stowaway and new questions about security at sfo. >> let's take you outside, there is a look at the approach of are the richmond san rainfall bridge. roads are still wet. the cards coming at the screen, no problems to report in that area. it's a good morning to once
trying to cover a 142 million dollar budget deficit. also several board members went on record today saying the district need to look at ways to use toll money to help fund suicide barrier. take that up at the next board meeting in march. >> well this week rain still is not enough to end the worst drought in state history by any means it helps however. this is video of phoenix lake reservoir in marin county. officials say reservoir there are at 70% of capacity. usually about 88 percent this time of year. they will reevaluate in april but officials say because of the rain it's unlikely they require mandatory rartion okay meanwhile the customers will be asked to voluntary reduce water by 20 percent. that never hurts right. >> and the weather service announced that as of today we have now moved from the worst drought in california history to the second worst drought. so still bad but at least we are now financially moving in a more positive direction in terms of the rain. spencer is tracking even more of it from live doppler 7hd and roof of the broadcast center. >> that's right. i
're going to keep squeezing the middle class or continue to reduce the deficits responsibly. >> president's plan is already being met with resistance on capitol hill. house boehner says it spends and borrows taxes too much. >>> benjamin netanyahu will be in the bay area this weekend. in which he is featured. when mr. netanyahu visits the area, he'll meet with governor brown. he's expected to visit apple headquarters in cupertino and the messaging company bought by facebook. >>> now to california's drought and tonight the crisis has one bay area city considering some extreme measures. the city council is expected to approve a plan this evening that could possibly double what it normally spends on water and ktvu's rob roth spoke to family. they will have to pay more for water. rob. >> residents have been asked to conserve water by as much as 20%. even so, their water bills could soon go higher. to save water, coleen mixes super hot water from her kitchen with cold water from the bathroom to wash her face. that way she doesn't have to waste water by running the tap until it warms up. and she
lucky. numbers, 7 inches in san jose to 16.75 inches in santa rosa. deficit now. the rain today will hopefully keep that ddeficit from buildin not decrease it at all. l low to mid-50s. marrying everybody else except alameda. 57 degrees the warm spot right now. temperatures tomorrow that will be slightly cooler than today. this because of the cold front pushing through and a little wind shift. around 6 0 at the coast. 70, high clouds and sunshine around the bay and inland friday and saturday and low to mid-60s at the coast. more rain is on wait for the back half. weekend. that's coming up in your accuweather seven-day forecast. here's kristen and eric with more news. >>> and the bush dynasty. the win for one of the youngest members of america's best known political family. >>> first, more than 100,000 pieces of mail go up in flames right here in california. this morning, the advice the post office is giving to people who may have lost their letters and packages. >>> and caught on camera. an art thief tries to get eway wi away with a pricey painting but wasn't thinking about a qui
rain showers. the deficit went up saturday morning. all have the full details on your extended forecast the 7 day around the bay coming up at 845. >>: with the rain that causes flooding and other challenges. march is an option but not this morning because there are systemwide delays to the date for riders. and that's because of equipment problems. kron4's terisa estacio is live for now without commuters are coping. >>: the delays are right now are stretching anywhere from 20 minutes to 30 minutes for the many commuter's tell me that they have been hoping for a smooth ride. by taking public transit. of commuter's tell me that today are quite frustrated. >>: what you do under the circumstances for it >>: i just wait. unfortunately this is kind of to of bart. that all bart officials are saying that today are predicting that these delays are going to be stretching from around the morning tree here along a creek terisa estacio coming up rob. you combine this water with the wind in this combined system blows through. that could be a real a real problem. lots of trees and those gray areas. the
projected deficit. in the san francisco from clifford kron 4 news. >> coming up on kron4 news week and a clear picture of the toxic myths that led to some of the death of actor philip seymour hoffman, coming up next. and here's a look at storm tracker 4 as we had to break. we'll be right back. back on kron4 news a week and the medical examiner's report on actor philip seymour hoffman is then in his death appears to be accidental. the report found a mixture of drugs and hofmann's system including heroin in seven main at and cocaine. the body of the oscar award winning actor was found in his apartment back in february 2nd. three people facing drug charges connecting to his death. >> steven colbert says he has nothing to hide. that's why he gave a keynote speech at the rsa computer security conference yesterday. there uc the comedian appearing at a congressional hearing in 2010. not everyone was happy with his decision to attend the events. privacy activists had tried to convince colbert to not appear at the conference. for his part colbert said " i don't necessarily want people readi
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